Seda Centrio’s beloved Buffet Breakfast makes its long anticipated comeback on March 15, 2021 for hotel guests and walk-ins.
During a buffet breakfast simulation for tourism industry and media partners held March 11 at the Miso Lobby Lounge, Seda Centrio Hotel Manager Rhett Villaruz stressed the hotel would be strictly implementing their #SafeatSeda safety protocols in all aspects for the safety of their guests and their service crew alike.
“While we are slowly re-opening our services like your favorite breakfast buffet, keeping you #safeatseda remains our top-priority. Everywhere in the hotel, from the public areas and guestrooms to back-of-the-house and delivery areas, safety protocols are in place to help keep you safe whenever you visit,” Mr. Rhett stressed.
Beginning with the time you step into the hotel premises at the first floor foyer, take the elevator up to the 4th floor, and avail of their buffet breakfast either as a hotel guest or walk-in diner, the minimum health standards are strictly enforced for guests and hotel staff alike.
Thus, when the socially distanced buffet area is opened, only a minimum of six guests are allowed inside while the rest of the diners are either socially queued outside the area or requested to sit in physically distanced seating in the lobby lounge which will be exclusively for walk-ins only while hotel guests would take their breakfast in the Misto dining area.
Of course, like we personally experienced during this simulation, the menu of Seda Centrio’s Buffet Breakfast remains as superb as ever complete with all those dishes you’ve come to expect from Cagayan de Oro’s leading Lifestyle Hotel. Saludos to Executive Sous Chef Chris Lugtu!
So far, Seda Centrio is only the fourth of Seda Hotels eleven hotels around the Philippines which have re-opened their Breakfast Buffets, along with Seda Vertis North (Quezon City), Seda BGC (Taguig) and Seda Abreeza (Davao), we learned from F&B Manager Randy Dreisbach.
In a related development, Seda Centrio was recognized with the Loved by Guests 2021award from the online booking portal Hotels.com, with a score of 9 in a scale of 10.
“We are deeply honored to receive worldwide recognition for our brand promise of genuine Filipino hospitality,” said Sales Director Carol Valdez. “This is testament of the hotel’s exceptional level of quality and excellence of the services and facilities offered to all guests who visited us during 2020, which leaves us extremely delighted.”
Seda lifestyle hotels, “Philippines’ Leading Hotel Group” in the World Travel Awards from 2014-2020, offer a smart new concept in hospitality—where style, space and function offer comfort and convenience in the most exciting destinations.
Work on essential businesses is going on in Mindanao and Seda Centrio in Cagayan de Oro, gateway to our biggest island, provides travelers safe and comfortable accommodations during their trip.